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eLife, ISSN 2050-084X, 05/2015, Volume 4, Issue MAY, pp. e06576 - e06576
Hearing loss often triggers an inescapable buzz (tinnitus) and causes everyday sounds to become intolerably loud (hyperacusis), but exactly where and how this... 
SUPERIOR COLLICULUS | HEARING-LOSS | PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION | HAIR CELL LOSS | BIOLOGY | NEURAL ACTIVITY | FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY | RESPONSE AMPLITUDES | LOW-FREQUENCY FLUCTUATION | SALICYLATE OTOTOXICITY | WILLIAMS-SYNDROME | Amygdala - physiopathology | Humans | Hyperacusis - pathology | Reticular Formation - pathology | Geniculate Bodies - pathology | Geniculate Bodies - physiopathology | Tinnitus - chemically induced | Salicylic Acid | Psychomotor Agitation - physiopathology | Auditory Cortex - physiopathology | Reticular Formation - physiopathology | Nerve Net - physiopathology | Disease Models, Animal | Tinnitus - physiopathology | Hyperacusis - physiopathology | Inferior Colliculi - physiopathology | Cochlea - physiopathology | Models, Psychological | Rats | Auditory Cortex - pathology | Cerebellum - physiopathology | Hippocampus - pathology | Nerve Net - pathology | Rats, Sprague-Dawley | Amygdala - pathology | Cerebellum - pathology | Hyperacusis - chemically induced | Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Animals | Inferior Colliculi - pathology | Cochlea - pathology | Psychomotor Agitation - pathology | Brain Mapping | Hippocampus - physiopathology | Tinnitus - pathology | Colliculus | Cerebellum | Neuroimaging | Fourier transforms | Nuclear magnetic resonance--NMR | Amygdala | Inferior colliculus | Hyperactivity | Reticular formation | Experiments | Rodents | Arousal | Functional magnetic resonance imaging | Tinnitus | Gating | Cortex (auditory) | Salicylic acid | Time series | Brain mapping | Data processing | Sound | Hearing impairment | Hearing loss | Studies | Magnetic resonance imaging | Neural networks | Cochlea | Software | Ototoxicity | Index Medicus
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Acta Neurochirurgica, ISSN 0001-6268, 12/2011, Volume 153, Issue 12, pp. 2365 - 2375
The aim of this study was to evaluate the anatomy of the central myelin portion and the central myelin-peripheral myelin transitional zone of the trigeminal,... 
Cranial nerve vascular compression syndromes | Hemifacial spasm | Neurosurgery | Vago-glossopharyngeal neuralgia | Anatomy | Neuroradiology | Neurology | Surgical Orthopedics | Trigeminal neuralgia | Medicine & Public Health | Minimally Invasive Surgery | Cranial nerves | Interventional Radiology | SURGERY | NEURALGIA | ROOT | DISABLING POSITIONAL VERTIGO | MICROVASCULAR DECOMPRESSION | SELECTION CRITERIA | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | SEVERE TINNITUS | COCHLEAR NERVE | NEUROVASCULAR CONFLICT | SUPERIOR OBLIQUE MYOKYMIA | Glossopharyngeal Nerve Diseases - epidemiology | Vagus Nerve Diseases - epidemiology | Humans | Glossopharyngeal Nerve - physiology | Male | Vagus Nerve Diseases - physiopathology | Facial Nerve - physiology | Glossopharyngeal Nerve - cytology | Vagus Nerve - pathology | Rhombencephalon - cytology | Cranial Nerves - physiology | Radiculopathy - pathology | Glossopharyngeal Nerve Diseases - pathology | Nerve Fibers, Myelinated - pathology | Nerve Fibers, Myelinated - physiology | Aged, 80 and over | Radiculopathy - physiopathology | Female | Cranial Nerve Diseases - epidemiology | Cranial Nerve Diseases - physiopathology | Cranial Nerves - cytology | Radiculopathy - epidemiology | Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency - epidemiology | Glossopharyngeal Nerve Diseases - physiopathology | Trigeminal Neuralgia - epidemiology | Facial Nerve Diseases - epidemiology | Trigeminal Nerve - pathology | Trigeminal Neuralgia - physiopathology | Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency - complications | Facial Nerve Diseases - physiopathology | Vagus Nerve Diseases - pathology | Rhombencephalon - physiology | Syndrome | Vagus Nerve - physiology | Trigeminal Nerve - physiology | Facial Nerve Diseases - pathology | Cranial Nerves - physiopathology | Rhombencephalon - physiopathology | Trigeminal Neuralgia - pathology | Causality | Facial Nerve - pathology | Cranial Nerve Diseases - pathology | Medicine, Experimental | Comparative analysis | Medical research | Index Medicus | Compression | Brain stem | Myelin | Facial nerve | Trigeminal nerve | Cadavers | Glossopharyngeal nerve | Skull | Neuralgia | Vagus nerve
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Otology & Neurotology, ISSN 1531-7129, 03/2015, Volume 36, Issue 3, pp. 491 - 497
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2012, Volume 7, Issue 5, pp. e36222 - e36222
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 5/2012, Volume 109, Issue 21, pp. 8292 - 8297
Exposure to loud sound causes cochlear damage resulting in hearing loss and tinnitus. Tinnitus has been related to hyperactivity in the central auditory... 
Electric potential | Synaptic transmission | Neurons | Transfer functions | Cochlear nucleus | Cochlea | Cell membranes | Tinnitus | Behavioral neuroscience | Hearing loss | Parallel fiber | Deafness | Whole-cell patch | Auditory brainstem | Fusiform cell | auditory brainstem | whole-cell patch | fusiform cell | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | BRAIN-STEM | DORSAL COCHLEAR NUCLEUS | GUINEA-PIG | NEURONAL HYPERACTIVITY | COMPUTATIONAL MODEL | HOMEOSTATIC PLASTICITY | STEM AUDITORY NUCLEI | SHUNTING INHIBITION | THRESHOLD SHIFT | deafness | STEREOCILIA DAMAGE | parallel fiber | Cochlear Nerve - physiopathology | Hearing Loss, Noise-Induced - physiopathology | Rats, Wistar | Humans | Cochlea - physiopathology | Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potentials - physiology | Rats | Cochlear Nucleus - pathology | Excitatory Postsynaptic Potentials - physiology | Auditory Pathways - pathology | Neural Inhibition - physiology | Patch-Clamp Techniques | Animals | Nerve Fibers, Myelinated - pathology | Cochlea - pathology | Cochlear Nucleus - physiopathology | Cochlear Nerve - pathology | Nerve Fibers, Myelinated - physiology | Auditory Threshold - physiology | Hearing Loss, Noise-Induced - pathology | Auditory Pathways - physiopathology | Tinnitus - pathology | Tinnitus - physiopathology | Physiological aspects | Development and progression | Neurosciences | Research | Proteins | Signal transduction | Ears & hearing | Hearing impairment | Cells | Index Medicus | Biological Sciences
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